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Midwest Dairy Expo
St. Cloud, MN   l    December 8, 2009
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Novel Forages and Novel Research

Neal P. Martin

U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Iowa Forage and Grassland Conference
Des Moines, IA   l   November 24, 2009
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Baleage: Another Option for Managing, Storing and Feeding Your Forage  

Neal P. Martin

U.S. DairyForageResearchCenter

The Future of Forage: What Major New Developments are on the Horizon for Forage Producers?

Neal P. Martin

U.S. DairyForageResearchCenter

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World Dairy Expo
Madison, WI • September 29 - October 3, 2009
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Using whole farm management of crop/livestock systems to reduce the phosphorus index 

 

Tom Cox, Ag Economist and Soil Scientist

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jim Leverich, On-Farm Research Coordinator

University of Wisconsin-Extension

 

Should a custom operator be harvesting your forages?

 

Matthew Digman, Machinery Systems Specialist

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Finding a fair way to price standing hay and corn silage

 

Ted Bay , Crops and Farm Management Agent  

University of Wisconsin-Extension, Grant and LafayetteCounties

 

Don’t overlook the benefits of perennial forages for soils, crops, and water quality

 

Bill Jokela, Soil Scientist

U.S. DairyForageResearchCenter, USDA-ARS

 

Don’t make your cows eat dirt: Reducing ash in hay and haylage

 

Dan Undersander, Research and Extension Agronomist

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Using corn silage starch to navigate high-priced grain

 

Randy Shaver, Extension Dairy Nutritionist

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

New understanding of the stories cows tell about nutrition

 

Mary Beth Hall, Dairy Scientist

U.S. DairyForageResearchCenter, USDA-ARS


 

 
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Getting More from Forages
Madison, WI • July 29-30, 2009

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Targeted feeding strategies: Accounting for variability
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Adjusting for forage variability via on-farm analysis 
David Mertens, Research Dairy Scientist, U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center
Paolo Berzaghi, Associate Professor, University of Padua (Italy)

Targeted feeding strategies: Accounting for variability
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Modeling the rumen and beyond: A new approach
Michael Murphy, Animal Scientist, University of Illinois
Jim Russell, Microbiologist, U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted feeding strategies: Accounting for variability
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Rumen microbes as agents of production variation in dairy cattle 
Paul Weimer, Microbiologist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted feeding strategies: Accounting for quality
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Non-fiber carbohydrates: What sets the right quantity and quality for rations?
Mary Beth Hall , Dairy Scientist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted feeding strategies: Accounting for quality
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Accounting for protein degradability in the rumen
Glen Broderick, Dairy Scientist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted plant modifications: Introduction
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Traditional breeding and genetic modification
Neal Martin, Director
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted plant modifications: Pasture forages
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Genetic selection to improve grasses and legumes for grazing
Michael Casler, Plant Geneticist
Heathcliffe Riday, Plant Geneticist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted plant modifications: Pasture forages
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Incorporating and managing superior forages in grazing-based dairy systems
Geoffrey Brink, Research Agronomist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted plant modifications: Redesigning forages
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Improving protein utilization by ruminants with protein-binding polyphenols
John Grabber, Agronomist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Targeted plant modifications: Redesigning forages
Madison, WI | July 29th - 30th

Breaking down cell walls via lignin modification
Ronald Hatfield, Plant Physiologist
Michael Sullivan, Molecular Geneticist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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Forage and Grasses are not all Equal
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2009 Annual Meeting - Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council
Reynoldsburg, OH - Feb 13, 2009

Producing quality forages for cattle and sheep
Neal Martin, Director
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

2009 NIRS Forage and Feed Testing Consortium Annual Conference
San Antonio, TX - Feb 18, 2009

Sugar content in grasses Part II: NIRSC calibration
Neal Martin, Director
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center

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